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Forget Teflon, Embrace Tradition: How MITTI KE BARTAN Are Reshaping the Culinary Landscape!

Kahte hai na “Khel mitti ki khelwar kumhrar ka, Narmi mitti ki gumaan kumhrar ka. Sab log soch rhe honge main ye shero shayari kyu kar rha hu, To wo isliye kyu ki aj ka topic hi kch Aisa hai! So welcome back with the series of Incredible Bharat truly presented by Growth Biz. Today we will talk about MITTI KE BARTAN ya Bol sakte h EARTHEN POT. – I must say it is a Desi blessing for us. And one of the oldest human invention before Neolithic period. – Infact in 21st century, it is still widely used. – It is a process where raw materials get their shape on Potter’s wheel, gets dried in sun and heats to make them strong. – Pottery plays an important role in studying culture and reconstructing the past, which helps the archaeologists and historians in understanding our past. – KHURJA POTTERY is one of the most vibrant and colourful ceramic pottery which is manufactured in khurja of the Bulandshahr district in Uttar Pradesh , India. – It is also protected by GI of Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Agreement. – India exports most of it’s Blue pottery to United States, Australia and United Kingdom and is the largest exporter of Blue pottery in the World. – In fiscal year 2022, the export value of ceramic and glassware products from India amounted to over 258 billion Indian rupees. – India exported principal commodities worth over 31 trillion rupees in financial year 2022. – The pottery market size has grown steadily in recent years. – It will grow from $11.09 billion in 2023 to $11.58 billion in 2024 at a compound annual growth rate of 4.5%.

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